I am currently an Associate Professor of Mathematics at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin. In 2017 I received my Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics from Bowling Green State University. I obtained my Masters of Arts in Pure Mathematics from Kent State University in 2013, and my Bachelors of Science in Mathematics from Ohio Dominican University in 2010. I got my advanced degrees so that I can be a collegiate educator. However, mathematical research turned out to be pretty fun too.
My research interest lies in algebra. At Bowling Green, I worked under the direction of Mihai D. Staic where we investigated generalizations of the Hochschild and cyclic (co)homologies. I have more recently delved into group theory, character theory, and representation theory. More about my work can be found on my Research page.
When I’m not doing math, I enjoy running, knitting, and reading. I’m also an avid fan of both the Oxford comma and the Cleveland Browns. I am obsessed with card games, desserts, and quality furniture.
You can find a pdf of my CV here.
St. Norbert College
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De Pere, WI 54115
Office: Gehl-Mulva Science Center 3134